yea,but tha problem is they wre caught after tha fact.i dont think its fair to strip toney after he kicked ruiz a.ss.they let him get in that ring,and he took care of biz.the testing failed ruiz,and makes tha sport look stupid.it makes u winder,how did they miss that.same wit anphonio margacheato,a commisioner sat in there an watched him put some s**t in his glove.incompetence like that is why an outside agency wit no ties to tha sanctioning bodies need to give these tests.mosley coulda got seriously hurt if nazim wasnt on his job
But dude...people always gonna find a way to break a rule. It's like computer viruses. As soon as a anti-virus is released, some hacker is already workin on a worm.
In boxing, u always gonna have people tryna break da rules, dats when u tighten up...This blood test should be mandated, but until then I support any f!ghter who declines the option. Substance abuse violations are caught after the event in just about every case, the cyclist who won the tour-de-france...wasnt til after, when he had the title sitting on his mantle at home when he was stripped. Same with the "female" sprinter. Nazim was on his job in that instance, just like he was against Trinidad....and the commission forced the wrongdoers to abide by the rules, problem solved.
Bottom line, if blood tests are mandated then there is nothing anybody could say to support somebody who doesn't wanna follow the rules.